I am genuinely curious. They've been around a number of years now, but they have the worst selection, the worst site, and the worst customer service of any anime streaming provider in the UK. The amount of anime they have is pitiful for a premium service, especially when you consider how many of their titles are also available on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Viewster. Their backcatalogue, which used to be one of the few reasons to mooch around their site, has dwindled to a point that even the free Viewster service has a better selection than them (with the bonus that Viewster's site and apps are much more user friendly, and are updated with fresh content more often). The one time I signed up for a free trial to watch the one or two anime they had which interested me, using their PS4 app was the most painful viewing experience I've ever had (it logged me out every single time I closed the app, and had a buggy on screen keyboard to reenter my details). So I guess what I'm saying is, what exactly is their goal? They aren't offering a decent service, or even making token attempts to obtain simulcasts anymore (not that I want them to, because God that would be awful), so what does everyone here think? Are they going to dwell forever in mediocrity, improve their service, or perhaps disappear altogether? I genuinely can't figure out what gap in the market they are trying to fill.